Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 12-MAR-2014

Playing a little catch up this week, with part of the material drawn from the archives that didn’t make it into previous columns. Nothing out of date or lacking in quality, mind you, just not the very latest from the blogosphere.


From the Brendan Tierney - Oralytics Blog: ODM Graph Node new Feature.



RMAN and SQL statement enhancements in Oracle Database12c, from Database administrator workshop.


SQL Developer





Film at 11

...And Finally

End of the World Department

Incredibly detailed spoof of various media (WARNING: Contains profanities!): How The Media Will Report The Apocalypse, from BuzzFeed.

In public speaking, as in the donut, it's the silent empty spot in the middle that makes it good: How Can I Avoid Filler Words Like "Um" When I Talk?, from lifehacker.

A remarkable melding of western art and computers on YouTube: 500 Years of Female Portraits in Western Art.

I may have blogged this before. I don’t care. A bacon alarm clock is just too cool. It must be blogged, and blogged often: App lets bacon-lovers wake to their favorite smell.

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